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Will travel 10 miles

$47 per hour.

4.9 156 ratings

I have an extensive background in Differential Equations as a result of my dual major in engineering and applied physics at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I have utilized Differential Equations not only from a mathematical perspective, but also applied differential equations to electrical engineering, physics and other disciplines involving non-static systems such as: engineering dynamics and thermodynamics. The field of Differential Equations can be a fascinating branch of mathematics that combines an individual's math talents into one course. A solid foundation in Differential Equations wil [more]

Will travel 37 miles

$55 per hour.

4.99 252 ratings

I am qualified to tutor Differential Equations because I have passed the course at MIT, placed out of it at University of Texas at Austin, and took refresher course again years later at local community college. Since the course is replete with engineering word problems, my experience as an electrical engineer for past 13 yrs allows me to better explain to the pupil how to break down the problem and create picture of the system under investigation in the problem. Additionally, prior to becoming an engineer, I helped several pre-engineering students get through Diff EQ who went on to be accept [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$52 per hour.

4.96 1529 ratings

Differential Equations is truly one of my favorite subjects to tutor. Although I enjoy tutoring a wide range of math classes, I was never really excited about math until I enrolled in this class. While at UT-Austin, I made A's in Differential Equations, Vector Calculus, Real Analysis, and Vector and Tensor Analysis. I also made A's in the physics classes that required the techniques taught within them: Wave Motion and Optics, Classical Dynamics, Classical Electrodynamics, and Kinematic Astronomy. One caveat: many DE classes now include MatLab exercises. I am not familiar with MatLab. [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$37 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

I taught the course at the University of Tennessee. My research in graduate school was heavily dependent on differential equations. I took several courses in grad school in the field of differential equations. Hi Everyone! I'm Zachary. I've a passion for mathematics, and I love to see students all find success! I've taught everything from high school freshmen to college seniors in a variety of subjects. I did research in mathematical biology, and I love connecting mathematics of all kinds to the real-world. I'm currently a mathematician for a gaming company, where I use probability and st [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$48 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics. For my Masters at Harvard University I had to take differential equations. A significant portion of my Ph.D. was on solving the force balance equations on planetary surfaces which is in itself a differential equation. This was was expanded and published in papers and a book. I have both theoretical and practical experience in solving differential equations. I started tutoring and teaching as a way to support myself in college and graduate school. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Guilford College, a Masters in Geoscience [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.64 22 ratings

I hold two degrees from the University of Texas...Physics and Astronomy. The path to these two degrees requires vast amounts of upper level math courses. I entered UT with mastery of Differential & Integral Calculus (CBE). I then took Seq/Ser/Multivariable Calculus AP-Honors, Matrices & Matrix Calculations, Complex Variables, Advanced Calculus for Applications I & II, Probability, and so on. I am a recent graduate from the University of Texas with a B.S. in Physics and a B.S. in Astronomy. I worked for several semesters at UT as a Teaching Assistant and enjoyed helping people, I know Physics [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

I have a B.S. in Mathematics, and an M.A. in Mathematical Statistics. I've tutored Differential Equations in college and afterwards. Assuming the student is working out of a textbook, figuring out how to solve problems here should be a straight-forward. Dear student or guardian: I've been teaching or tutoring mathematics and statistics for over 10 years. I have an undergraduate degree in mathematics and a graduate degree in mathematical statistics. I've taught college level courses in math and statistics in 4 different schools in the Chicago and Austin area. I often call teaching a "ho [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.34 137 ratings

Differential equations, especially dynamical systems and chaos, is the area of my deep interest and my strongest scientific results. About half of my 70 scientific publications is connected to differential equations, including my PhD dissertation, my report at the International Congress of Mathematicians, my proofs of non-integrability of Yang-Mills dynamics and of neuron/neural networks, my last publication of 2008, and my current research on statistical prediction for solutions of chaotic differential equations. I had good teachers in differential equations: academics Gelfand, Arnold, Sin [more]

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